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to try to see what it is >> members said goodbye to iowa democrat boswell. he was defeated in november. this is about 40 minutes. mr. latham: those of us from yay and elsewhere would like -- from iowa and elsewhere would like to recognize the service of my fell he iowan, leonard boswell, who will be leaving the house at the adjournment of this congress. i want to thank him for his service to our great nation in the u.s. army. no one has done more to secure our freedom and the promise of a bright future for our veterans and military personnel. i know he kuhns his efforts to secure additional support for military families and veterans as among his most meaningful achievements. i want to recognize him for his time in -- as a public legislator. his distinguished career straces back to the iowa state senate. though we haven't always agreed on the issues before us, leonard's relationships with his fellow members enabled him to work with colleagues of all political stripes. his work on behalf of his constituents as complemplefied when iowans expect their representatives in congress, someone w
iowa and wisconsin. tomorrow morning probably be like one of those days where you stay at home, do not travel. much of central iowa and south and central portions of wisconsin. the other side of this storm is the severe weather side. there's enough strong and severe weather out ahead of it, arkansas and missouri we can deal with the storm there. we will deal with lake-effect snow friday and saturday. how much snow are we talking about? that little area through central parts of nebraska, a possibility of a foot of snow. and ten inches possible for wisconsin down to central portions of iowa. finally we have to watch out for that severe weather threat. areas of yellow, late tonight into tomorrow morning, possibility of isolated tornadoes. watch out missouri, arkansas and louisiana. >> thank you very much. >> a little bit of everything. >> sounds nasty. thanks for that. >>> this next video is shocking. talk about a wild ride. this youtube video shows what appears to be a golden eagle swooping down on a child in canada and trying to fly away. though the child was dropped from the air, i
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, the gentleman from iowa, mr. latham is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. latham: i thank the speaker and ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and insert extraneous materials for the record on the topic of my special order. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. latham: those of us from yay and elsewhere would like -- from iowa and elsewhere would like to recognize the service of my fell he iowan, leonard boswell, who will be leaving the house at the adjournment of this congress. i want to thank him for his service to our great nation in the u.s. army. no one has done more to secure our freedom and the promise of a bright future for our veterans and military personnel. i know he kuhns his efforts to secure additional support for military families and veterans as among his most meaningful achievements. i want to recognize him for his time in -- as a public legislator. his distinguished career straces back to the iowa state senate. though we haven't always agreed on the issues
: president obama discussing the fiscal cliff, and, plus, speaking live to the iowa governor, his state facing a double whammy if we go over the cliff. what compromises he'd love to see come out of washington, and how he believes they could reach them. this is a guy who deals with the democratic senate, so, really, he knows how to cross the aisle to make it happen. david: somebody else you know about, with all the talk about tax increases, the idea of a simple flat tax dead? we'll see. forbes doesn't think so. there's a news conference along with washington lawmakers to push for the flat tax. he joins us later this hour. liz: first, what drove the marketings for today's data download. stocks ending lower, struggling for direction most of the day, unable to hold gains trading lower. i think it was 79 times. health care and industrials were today's top performing sectors and telecomo lagged. the euro extending the gains versus the dollar, rallying to a near seven week high against the green back after greece announced its debt buy back terms. euro rose to a $1131. that's high historically. actio
of all i am from iowa. i know you probably thinking what does that have to do with anything? i took the emta course in iowa. >> speak in the mic. >> i am sorry. >> i am from iowa, i took the emta course in iowa. which was a year-long. to be able to go into the emt d program which was the problem to use the defibrillator you had to go through the basic training to be able to get into the defib and it was another nine-month course. i'm thinking how are we going to train police officers in a short time to be able to use them effectively? >> another thing is i wish that i would have brought the article to bring copies for you gentleman and lady. >> on the places that have done away with tasers because of malfunctions. and if you would like the article that charlie wrote i would be happy, i could send that to your facebook accounts and another one that i am going to make real quick is i have an autistic child and we have been talking about mental health illness and drug addiction, we have not covered all of the people that would be affected by this. my friend kerri described autism as, e
's making a big difference. they're helping people in >>> a smalt town in iowa is making a big difference. they're helping people in developing countries. dean reynolds reports on how the priceless gifts that create are making a big difference. >> reporter: there's a quiet that usually settles over the cornfields of iowa this time of year. but not in leighton, population, 150. here local retires come two to three times a week with a new purpose in their lives. bill used to run one of the town's banks. >> it's unbelievable how much response we've had. it's almost more than we could handle. >> all retires? >> all retires and they all get paid the same. >> reporter: nothing. >> nothing. >> reporter: they get paid nothing to create what are called p.e.t.s, short for personal energy transportation, a hand-power iing tricycle designed for the traveling world. >> most would be put away in a closet or bed because it was deemed if you were disabled that you were cursed. it really touched my heart and i thought, you know, there's something we should do about that one. >> reporter: his group is part
for travelers tonight. and abc's meteorologist ginger zee is tracking it all from the snows of des moines, iowa. ginger? >> reporter: diane, it has been a punishing day for millions of americans. the snow drifts growing so tall here in iowa, and the blizzard, only part of the problem. tonight, an aggressive winter storm, carrying thrashing winds and blowing snow, has shut down major highways across the midwest and killed at least five people. there have been more than 1,000 spinouts and crashes from nebraska to wisconsin. in iowa, it was a 25-car pileup on i-35. so many people stranded on the roads across that state, the iowa national guard has mobilized 80 troops in humvees to come in and help. >> they can get into places where the traction isn't really good. >> reporter: the blowing snow is really the problem here. it has stopped falling but you can hardly tell. the cars still litter the side of the highway. there are incredible whiteouts up and down i-80. the blizzard is just part of this mammoth storm that came in with a bang. that's thunder snow from madison, wisconsin. the first major win
-minute shopper. irresistible, the dental assist in iowa fired because her boss says she was too attractive. the shock over how the state's highest court has ruled on this case. >>> and extreme gift,ing, what america's 1%ers may find under their trees this christmas. >>> good evening. we may be two days away from christmas, but many americans are focused not on yuletide enjoy, instead on guns. who has them, who's trying to get them and how they should be controlled. tonight the nra and its supporters are doubling down. here hearing reports of a rush at gun shows across america today, people buying assault weapons before a possible ban. as nra executives fanned out across the air waves with a message of defiance. abc's david kerley is on the story. >> reporter: the nra today stuck byes its guns, that every american school should have an armed guard. >> if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our schools to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> the nra has blood on its hands! >> reporter: two dayings ago. >> amid protesters and refusing to takey q. questions, the
fires an assistant for being too attractive. the iowa supreme court rules it legal. will this spread? dagen: on this final shopping day before christmas, it's been a rough one this holiday season, stores don't seem that busy. dagen: merry christmas and it is all about stocks now and every 15 minutes even on christmas eve. nicole, stocks still in the red. nicole: that's right. we're seeing the dow right now at 13,142. that's a loss of about 1/3 of 1%. much like the s&p 500 and the tech heavy nasdaq composite, all three are pulling back a little bit, when you speak of the broader markets, though, when you look at the dow, we have been up four of the last five trading weeks. the trend has been to the upside. but still concerns now from washington about washington, about the fiscal cliff, traders of course don't think anything is getting settled today. they are even talking about the fact that it might get pushed back to the middle of january or something. a lot of speculation and guessing going on, but in the meantime, a little bit of pullback here. let's take a look at facebook. facebo
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to have an accident. >>> an iowa family was headed home to ohio for the holidays, but in the process got caught in the middle of a blizzard and before they knew it, they were off on the side of the road in a ditch. >> we were going 35 miles per hour. i wasn't pushing it at all. we jumped in the ditch. >> fortunately they had a cell phone, called for help and no one other than the iowa national guard came to the rescue. >> they skipped 911 and went right to the national guard? >> that's how they roll in iowa. >> within three minutes we knocked on the door, opened up the van, they were all smiling because we showed up. >> it's cool to see their son get so excited about the rescue. >> the u.s. army came, put us in this fancy truck, we got blankets, snacks. >> they were stuck for a couple of days, but they did have a lot of help from the people in community that would drive them to their cars so they could get stuff out, drive them back to the hotels so they could eat and get groceries. >> so they were stuck in this area for a few days but not stuck in their car. >> no. >> they couldn't go o
to minnesota and wisconsin all under blizzard warnings right now. in iowa, tens of thousands of people have already without power. this storm is not just hitting the midwest, it's unleashing a chain reaction of extreme weather even farther south, as well. i want to take you down to texas. take a look at this. this is not what you usually see from the tower cams in texas. the intense winds stirred up a major dust storm there. and this caused a 23-vehicle pile-up. one person was killed, and at least seven people sent to the hospital because of this. in alabama, not far away, the storm system spun off at least one tornado near mobile. and that damaged homes, as well, and brought down power lines there. as i mentioned, all of this could not come at a worse time. this is one of the busiest travel times of the year. this storm system could spell major trouble for road closures and, of course, thousands of flights. flights, especially in the midwest, including chicago where ted rowlands is standing by at o'hare airport. that is the second busiest airport in the nation. what are the emergency plans
ft. dodge, iowa, blinding snow caused this 35-car pileup. two people are dead because of that. there could be another foot of snow on the way to parts of the midwest. meteorologist karen maginnis joins us with the latest. what are you hearing right now, karen? >> the form is moving rapidly through the great lakes. it's ushered in snowfall in places like chicago and northern illinois that have not seen snow for 290 days. that is a record. this imagery coming out of williamsburg, iowa, you may see two people kind of sliding on the ice as they are being blown across a layer of ice on the roadway by 60 mile-an-hour winds and then in ames, iowa, kevin says the visibility was down to about 100 feet and it's the heaviest snowfall they've seen so far this season but also the heaviest snowfall that they've seen since 2009. middleton, wisconsin, most snow since 2009. what happens in the next 24 hours, we're looking at this core of the system making its way into the northeast. still some snowfall expected here. some areas could pick up as much as a foot but the blizzard conditions, ander
is developing. through green bay, through the heart of iowa, blizzard watches here in areas, a little bit of colorado, but mostly western kansas. then winter storm warnings through all of utah. how much snow? it's a ribbon of 6 two 12 inches from wisconsin, iowa, right back through nebraska. that's where we're watching a snowstorm in the days ahead. that's a look at the national forecast. now, here's a look at weather outside yours. >> today, we're talking about rain and a little snow shower activity around areas of minneapolis. slait city, areas like utah, colorado, even nevada. big snowstorm, headed for the plains. >> that cold -- >> it's like the rainy, cold weather. that's going to be in new england. >> thank you so much. >>> stocks jump on promising details coming out of obama and boehner fiscal negotiations. >>> and walmart and bushmaster guns. >>> gas prices have come below $4. some areas, as low as $3. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. now to stories making news this morning. house republican leaders say a new proposal from president obama to avoid the so-called fis
without power and 500 flights canceled in the windy city alone. abc's ginger zee now reports from iowa. >> reporter: an aggressive winter storm carrying thrashing winds and blowing snow has shut down major highways across the midwest and killed at least five people. there have been more than 1,000 spinouts and crashes from nebraska to wisconsin. in iowa, it was a 25-car pileup on i-35. so many people stranded on roads across that state, the iowa national guard has mobilized 80 troops in humvees to help. >> they can really get in some places with the traction. >> reporter: the blizzard is part of this storm that came in with a bang. that's thundersnow from madison, wisconsin. the third major winter storm of the season knocked out power to 400,000 homes in nine states. the southern part of the storm, waking parts of alabama up with severe thunderstorms and an ef-1 tornado. the storm now moves northeast. if you can find any positive in all of this powder, it's that it's moisture. remember, this is an area that's seen extreme drought. ginger zee, abc news, iowa. >> winter officially arrive
of the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> special edition of the great american news quiz. >> i'm from iowa i would know that. >> fascinating. >> show off. >> steve doocy, martha maccallum and you compete for bragging rights. >> the last one. kwame quadruple or nothing. >> factor style. >> bill: you pick? >> teddy bears because i like teddy bears. >> hi. >> can we replace doocy y.? is it too late? i guess it is. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching this special edition of the factor, the great american news quiz spectacular. in the next hour, you will get to test your knowledge and play along with us so let's begin. first topic, legendary actor john wayne. >> all right. here is question number one. movie fans all over the world idolize john wayne for no nonsense attitude ♪ >> get out of the way kerry. >> i haven't got a gun on me. >> no? then we will do it the hard way. ♪ ♪ many don't know that john wayne is a stage name. what is the hollywood's meend's less macho bitter name -- birth name? answer
had a very strong case. wait until you hear, though, what the all-male iowa supreme court had to say. questions? anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and application sites between these products differ. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or, signs in a woman which may include changes in body hair or a large increase in acne, possibly due to ac
portion of the midwest this morning. drivers in iowa have been warned to stay offer the roads. all of iowa and parts of at least six other states are under a blizzard warning. the storm already dumped more than a foot of snow in the rocky mountains. for essentially hours the main east-to-west route across colorado, interstate 70, was closed because of blowing snow and poor visibility. david bernard, chief meteorologist of our affiliate station wsor says the storm is headed east. >> we have a major blizzard across the midwest and it looks like that snow is going to continue at least for the next 24 hours or so. notice that blizzard conditions extend all the way from western kansas to southeastern nebraska and some of the worst of the weather is ending up in iowa, and that's going to continue through much of the day on thursday as everything moves to the east. also in the southern end we have possible tornados breaking out across portions of southern missouri, arkansas, and also southeastern oklahoma. as far as watches and warnings go, blizzard warnings from northwestern kansas all the way t
had to be shut down in both directions yesterday. look at that. the storm is also hitting iowa hard overnight packing wind gusts over 50 miles an hour. the wind part of the real problem here. some places could see a foot of snow or more. emergency management officials as far north as wisconsin offering this advice to early christmas travelers. >> i think the first thing you should think about is changing your plans for thursday. >> you know, a lot of people getting on the road today and tomorrow for the christmas season. they have to deal with. this. >> and traveling with kids, you know, the delays start at airport, no fun. >> it could be sunny and 70 degrees and traveling with a kid ain't easy. but it's so bad in was was that the governor there already issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency before the storm even arrives. let's go to meteorologist alexandra steel who is tracking this storm from atlanta. what does it look like? >> of course, colorado yesterday. texas yesterday. the roads be it the wind storms or whatever we saw. today it's i-80 through iowa. iowa wi
iowa supreme court got it wrong, this is not an issue of sexual harassment, this is a issue of a marital dispute that went to a higher level, within every reasonable state, he can fire this woman, i think absolutely not, this dentist of out of order, he fired the woman after complaining about a bulge in his pants talking about her secondial life, he-- secoiasexual life, sexual histoz that are inappropriate comments to make at the workplace. tom: i cannot act that way around my coworkers, i would be in so much trouble. >> there is a difference between being in trouble andb being fired, everyone feels -- i read it, here is the thing, he has the employer has also exchanged text-messages with this woman, they are married, he goes to his fast o -- pastor, said, i am vey attractive to her, my wife is upset, asks the pastor, what do i do? he said fire her it is about the governmen staying out of who you employee. tom: rebecca. i have to make this personal, i married way over my head. a very pretty woman. and she has told me, and others that are considered to be attractive, said the
diners in new hampshire or iowa? [ laughter ] >> paul, thank you four invitation for lunch in iowa and new hampshire. but i will not stand by and watch the people of south carolina ignored. >> marco rubio standing up for sowrk which votes third in the nominating process after iowa and new hampshire. the election was just a month ago. the president has not yet been reinaugurated and rubio has already actually been to iowa where he acknowledged all the talk about him running and actually joked that he will not be a candidate for coach at iowa state, harris. >> okay. i'm glad he cleared that up. carl. i understand they got very serious and talked about the future of the republic party. >> they did. and that also refers to their own political future as white house candidate. rubio he spoke at lengths about the middle class. ryan mentioned those poverty. more than a dozen times. the g.o.p. has to expand big test and better at cuyahoga county law -- -- articulate. >> the election didn't go our way. we can't make excuses. we can't spend the next four years on the sidelines. instead, we mu
from iowa here, senator grassley, who i know will speak later on the wind production tax credit. but it's going to expire in less than one month from now -- december 31 to be specific -- if we do not act. that means we're one month away from pulling the rug out from an industry that's currently playing a key role in revitalizing american manufacturing, creating jobs, empowering our nation. we're literally one month away from ending a credit that supports tens of thousands of workers right here in the united states. and each day that we wait to extend the p.t.c., we risk losing more good-paying american jobs. we also risk doing away with a credit that is a major contributor to the success and development of our nation's wind industry. this credit has helped countries leverage billions of dollars worth of investments and create thousands of made-in-america manufacturing jobs. if history is any guide, allowing this critical tax credit to expire would be disastrous. the expiration of the p.t.c. in 2000, 2002 and 2004 led to massive drops in wind-energy installation. already in my home state
to the iowa supreme court. the case centers around melissa nelson and her employment as a dental assistant. nelson worked for dentist james knight for more than ten years. but near the end of her employment, she was told her clothing was too tight, and it was distracting. so melissa nelson joins us live at 7:00 p.m. in our next hour here on cnn. i want to tell you that. but this hour holly hughes joins us, a criminal defense attorney. the court called her, holly, irresistible attraction. >> well, let's just start with that, okay? >> how does this come into the decision? her attractiveness was irresistible? >> that's what this deny temperature claimed when he fired her. and he said the reason i fired her, my wife was getting jealous. and we didn't do anything. but i thought she was so attractive, i thought i might do something in the future if she continued to work with me. my wife thought the same thing so i fired her. your gut reaction as a human being, don. i saw that headline, and i was like, what, are you kidding? your gut reaction is that is ridiculous. read the decision of the iowa s
to the iowa supreme court, the case is this woman, nelson worked for a dentist, for more than ten years. but near the end of her employment, she was told her clothing was tight, and distracting. mrs. nelson and her attorney are joining me by phone. ms. nelson thank you for coming on. >> you welcome, thanks for having me. >> you said it's been a tough couple of years, an interesting couple of years. you worked there for ten years, what changed? >> i have no idea. i thought everything was still the aim. i went to the work the same as i did every day, worked hard. enjoyed my job and one day it just came to a screeching halt. >> okay so what was your relationship? did you have a relationship with your boss other than a professional one? >> i would say probably we had more of a relationship. but i had a relationship with the rest of his family. and so did he with me over the -- >> i mean, you were not having an affair with your boss? >> absolutely not. i'm happily married. >> okay, so the court said in its decision, that it may be unfair but it's not unlawful. how do you feel about that? >>
, what do you think? at what point was it taken? >> i think we were campaigning in iowa. >> why were you hugging so hard in iowa? >> because i love my wife. >> well, and also, i hadn't seen him in a while. when you're campaigning, they have two ships passing in the night. and the first time i saw him was when i walked onstage to greet him. and that's my honey giving me a hug. >> i like giving you hugs. >> how do you keep the fire going? >> that's a good question. >> you know, we've been married now 20 years. >> uh-huh. >> and like every marriage, you have your ups and your downs. but if you work through the tough times, the respect and love that you feel deepens. >> and then there's a lot of laughter. >> and you're funnier. >> for the most part. >> everybody thinks she's pretty funny. i'm funnier than people think. >> that may be. you may be funnier than people think. when the election was so close, everybody was saying it's so close, did you have a moment in which you said we may lose the election? and then where do we live? do we stay on in washington? what do we do about the girls' sc
the edge. >>> and an iowa dental assistant fired for being too good-looking. she's sues but does she win. we'll hear from her. [ nyquil bottle ] hey tylenol, you know we're kinda like twins. [ tylenol bottle ] we are? yeah we both relieve coughs, sneezing, aches, fevers. and i relieve nasal congestion. overachiever. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. >>> republicans and democrats have left town for the holidays. if they also leave us to go over the fiscal cliff who will americans blame? cnn's paul stein hauser takes a look at the latest polls. >> hey, miguel. first things first, americans are worried about the tax increases and spending cuts that would kick in if the nation falls off the fiscal cliff at the end of the year. check this out, seven of ten questioned in our cnn/orc national poll said they there would be major problems or a crisis in the country if that happens. >> part of what voters were looking for, is some compromise up here. that's what, that's what folks want. >> and our poll indicates mo
of the midwest today, strong winds leading to tens of thousands of power outages in arkansas, iowa and nebraska as the to bees also plummet -- temperatures also plummet. all that wind and snow making it nearly impossible to drive. folks are being warned to stay off the roads as we get reports of several traffic-related deaths. and now the list of flight delays and cancellations is growing leaving some folks stranded in places like the eastern iowa airport, and they are not the only ones suffering. further south in alabama close to 20,000 customers are without power after fierce thunderstorms there tore across the state. ripping roofs off of homes, downing trees and leaving debris scattered all over the place. our chief meteorologist, rick reichmuth, live with more. >> reporter: there's a very snowy side to this, there's a severe side to this, and we're also dealing with a series of storms, so a very active pattern setting up. we're dealing with maybe three or four more storms over the next about two weeks, so get ready. right now, over a foot of snow falling in parts of iowa and wisconsin, clos
in iowa or wisconsin, late in the day kansas city and chicago will get slapped on the backside of this. blizzard warnings have been issued in the central plains. not a lot of bad weather out there. travel this morning is fine. going home later today, especially in nebraska, driving out of cheyenne, wyoming, to omaha, lincoln, that's where the snow will be coming down hard. you want to get home early today before it gets dark. tonight the snow will really fly. up to a foot possible. the other side of this storm, it's such a dynamic, strong winter storm, we'll have enough warm air being pumped up from the south, we'll deal with a few tornadoes this evening in areas of arkansas. by this time torn mornimorrow ma line of thunderstorms sliding through. a fewwinds and power outages. for the northeast, only rain thursday night into friday morning, but it will be almost 80 today in dallas, on the north side of the storm in the 20s. that's the sign that we have a big, big storm. tomorrow, chicago will go from rain to snow. again, if you have to travel, pretty much nebraska, iowa, wisconsin, get
. the sun bowl has usc against georgia tech. the liberty bowl is iowa state versus tulsa. and in the chick-fil-a bowl, lsu battles clemson. >>> coming up, tough economy or not, moviegoers spent a record setting $10.8 billion at the box office in 2013. >>> plus, we're going to take you to one of the cutest places on earth. >>> you're watching "early today." >>> well, welcome back on this last day of 2012. tonight the areas of concern for driving, if you're going to be in missouri, kansas, light snow is expected, just enough to cover the roads. it will be a little slippery there. mostly just rain, though, for oklahoma, arkansas, and also portions of texas. very cold tonight at midnight in the northern plains. minneapolis all the way up to chicago. the temperatures will be plummeting later tonight. the dakotas, wisconsin, iowa, make sure you bundle up for extreme cold. for new year's day, the light snow washes out as it heads east. looks like a quiet but chilly start to the new year. >> bundle up is right. thanks. >>> "the hobbit" continues to rule them all at the box office. "the lord of the
, unseasonably mild air. the cold air knocking on the door from the west. only in the 20s in des moines, iowa. chicagoland barely above freezing. it's sparking that rain and then through the day tomorrow temperatures struggling to get out of the mid-40s. dress warmer tomorrow except for a cool change. the same deal on wednesday a day where it will be tough to get very far out of the 40s. take a look at the overall setup. it is a large frontal boundary but not a particularly powerful one. this time of the year we can get cold fronts pushing in that will drop it 20, 30 degrees or more. still a cooldown, but not a real powerful arctic front. we haven't seen any true arguments air but we will see more of this, cloudy gloomy conditions until the front rolls through. tonight 43. scattered showers. we will get breezy overnight. how about your two degree guarantee. 50 degrees. cooler and breezy with some sun finally, some sun. then partly cloudy as we trend colder. next few days temperatures struggling to get to 50 degrees. we may touch 50. i think most of your tuesday will be in the 40s. colder air
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